The "plus minus" scoring system is a means of rating the value of each individual player. The plus represents the number of goals your team scores while you are on the ice and minus is the number of goals you get scored against you while you are on the ice.
Plus/Minus is a basic way to rate each individual player. In theory, the higher a player's plus/minus score, the better the player. For each player (except the goalie) who is on the ice when a goal is scored by the opposing team is rated a -1. Conversely, every player on the ice when their own team scores a goal (except the goalie) is rated a +1. A player who is rated a + 13 for example, has been on the ice during 13 more goals scored for his team than against it. Shorthanded and powerplay goals are not counted in plus/minus ratings.
A player with a plus 5 is a better player than one with a minus 5.
For example: a player is on ice and a team member scores a goal all the players on the ice for that goal will receive a plus, and the players on ice will receive a minus if a goal is against them. Lets say Mike Modano is on ice during a play and Brenden Morrow scores a goal. Modano as well as the other 4 players will receive a plus point, and if Mike Modano is on ice during play and a player from the opposite team scores a goal against Turco, then they all will receive a minus.
E is used in some box scores to denote "Even," or a plus/minus of zero.
What happens is when a goal is scored, all the players on the scoring team get plus one on their plus-minus rating, and all the players on the scored on team gets minus one on their rating. signed Hockey Man
the sign - is the sign for minus. on stats, it will read +/- which stand for plus-minus. you get a plus every time ur on the ice when ur team scores a goal. you get a minus when ur on the ice and the opposition scores
Same mathematical signs equal plus Different mathematical signs equal minus Plus Plus = Plus (+)(+) = + Minus Minus = Plus (-)(-) = + Plus Minus = Minus (+)(-) = - Minus Plus = Minus (-)(+) = - So the direct answer to your question would be: plus minus equals minus
A plus with a minus under it means "plus or minus" in math.
plus or minus. You see it often with square roots. The square root of 9 is plus or minus 3.
it's referring to the plus/minus stat while a player is on the ice. Is the team PLUS a number of goals or MINUS a number of goals? Well, the E stands for EVEN, as the players team has played to an EVEN score while he has been on the ice. Not plus, and not minus. E for EVEN. (Inn)
No, since a player has to be on the ice in even strength situations for plus/minus to count.
Yes, A goal is a goal, regardless of who scored it. The same thing applies if a player scores an "own goal " in his own net. however a player does not receive a plus for scoring a goal on a powerplay and a player does not receive a minus for being on the ice for a goal scored against you killing a penalty
Mean plus or minus 1.95 SEM. Mean minus 1,95 SEM to Man plus 1,95 SEM.
== == NO. They are not part of the regular game/ player stats.
When a player is on the ice for a goal or gets a point he gets a plus, which add up. But when the player is on the ice for a goal against he gets a minus. For example.. if the player is on the ice for a goal and 2 goals against his plus minus would be -1. Hope this helps
They equal a minus and two +'s or two -'s equal a + :)
A plus + a plus is a plus.
It means the answe is either plus or minus
A minus and a minus makes a plus A plus and a plus makes a plus A minus and a plus or plus and a minus makes a minus 7 - -2 is a minus and a minus Therefore the answer is 7 + 2 = 9
Depends what you mean by plus. If you mean minus, then you should have said so. If not, then good.
You meana += ++a - --a?Well, it can be anything, depending on the compiler's decision. Never ever write expressions like this.
A minus plus a minus will give a sum with a minus also.
if the prescription begins with a minus, add the plus to the minus for the reading glass prescription. if the prescription begins with a plus, add the plus to the plus. Is this what you mean?
== == Pro Hockey leauges have an official stats person who produces the plus minus numbers, which are released to the sports media, who publish them for the public to read. Plus minus numbers are based on a simple fact, was a player on the ice when his team scored a goal? If yes , he gets a plus point on his stats. was he on the ice when the other team scored on his team? If so, he gets a minus point on his sheet.
Yes it does. A minus is the opposite of something, so the minus of a minus is a plus.
If you mean the ADDITIVE INVERSE, change the minus sign to a plus sign. (And if you see a plus sign, you change it to a minus sign.)
A plus times a plus is still a plus. Below is the way I remembered it: If there is not a minus sign, it is plus (positive). If there is 1 minus sign, it is minus (negative). If there are 2 minus signs, it is plus (positive).
Because both minus signs to be cut therefore minus * minus will be treated as plus numbers
No, it becomes a plus, since minus x minus = plus